Jerry Reinsdorf

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NBC Chicago
Reinsdorf Reveals 'Classy' Gesture Cubs Made to Renteriaof our LivesRafe and Hope make a shocking arrest; Claire sees an upsetting phot
NBC Chicago / Posted 4 days ago
of our LivesRafe and Hope make a shocking arrest; Claire sees an upsetting photo on her tablet. SUN VALLEY, ID - JULY 07: Jerry Reinsdorf, owner of the NBA's Chicago Bulls and the MLB's Chicago White Sox, attends the Allen & Company Sun Valley... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
White Sox manager Rick Renteria received a World Series ring from Cubsthey’ve given one to the current White Sox manager as well. In a story release
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 4 days ago
they’ve given one to the current White Sox manager as well. In a story released Monday by USA Today, White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf reveals that the Cubs gave Rick Renteria a World Series ring after their 2016 championship. The current... Read more
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SportingNews
White Sox GM Rick Hahn on rebuild: World Series title is the only goalof the way. Something had to change, so a rebuild began. While Hahn, executiv
SportingNews / Posted 5 days ago
of the way. Something had to change, so a rebuild began. While Hahn, executive vice president Kenny Williams and owner Jerry Reinsdorf decided on trading starter Chris Sale to begin the overhaul, he said the market at the trade deadline didn’t... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
What Michael Jordan's baseball manager thinks of Tim TebowBulls. The most popular athlete on the planet at the time was headed to basebal
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
Bulls. The most popular athlete on the planet at the time was headed to baseball, a transition made possible because Jerry Reinsdorf, who owned the Bulls, owned the White Sox. Jordan, 31, arrived in Sarasota in mid-February for a... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
White Sox's Hawk Harrelson will 'never step foot' at Wrigley Field againThe Cubs are not in his plans. “We’ve got three games over at their place (nex
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 12 days ago
The Cubs are not in his plans. “We’ve got three games over at their place (next season), and I told (White Sox chairman) Jerry (Reinsdorf)..., ‘I’m not going back to Wrigley Field,'" Harrelson said while the White Sox played a road series at... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
White Sox's Hawk Harrelson will 'never step foot' at Wrigley Field againThe Cubs are not in his plans. “We’ve got three games over at their place (nex
Detroit Free Press / Posted 12 days ago
The Cubs are not in his plans. “We’ve got three games over at their place (next season), and I told (White Sox chairman) Jerry (Reinsdorf)..., ‘I’m not going back to Wrigley Field,'" Harrelson said while the White Sox played a road series at... Read more
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The Providence Journal
'Hawk' Harrelson has fond memories of Fenway; would rather not visit Wrigleydid in my life.” There is, however, one ballpark where Harrelson doesn’t plan
The Providence Journal / Posted 13 days ago
did in my life.” There is, however, one ballpark where Harrelson doesn’t plan to work again. He said he told Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf he doesn’t want to work the City Series games against the Cubs on the North Side next year. His desire to... Read more
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New England Sports Network
Hawk Harrelson Never Wants To Go Back To Wrigley Field With White Soxmuch, I’ll never go back to Wrigley Field again. We’ve got three games over at
New England Sports Network / Posted 13 days ago
much, I’ll never go back to Wrigley Field again. We’ve got three games over at their place, and I told (White Sox owner) Jerry (Reinsdorf) the other day before we came on this trip, I said, ‘I’m not going back to Wrigley Field.’“He said, ‘Well,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Hawk Harrelson on Wrigley Field: 'I will never step foot in that ballpark again'my life.” There is, however, one ballpark Harrelson doesn’t plan to work at ag
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
my life.” There is, however, one ballpark Harrelson doesn’t plan to work at again. He said he already told Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf he doesn’t want to work the City Series games on the North Side next year. His desire to avoid Wrigley Field... Read more
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The Morning Call
'Disco Demolition' night fondly, and not-so-fondly, remembered''Why did you do it?'' Because we were going out of business, which we did the
The Morning Call / Posted 16 days ago
''Why did you do it?'' Because we were going out of business, which we did the following year. Oh, no, we sold (the Sox (to Jerry Reinsdorf group) before we went bust. Schwartz: The funniest thing of all, you listen to Steve and you know his... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Disco Demolition' night fondly, and not-so-fondly, remembered''Why did you do it?'' Because we were going out of business, which we did the
Chicago Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
''Why did you do it?'' Because we were going out of business, which we did the following year. Oh, no, we sold (the Sox (to Jerry Reinsdorf group) before we went bust. Schwartz: The funniest thing of all, you listen to Steve and you know his... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'It's quite a story:' Bud Selig on highs, lows of his time as MLB commissionerplayers Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez and executive John Schuerho
Chicago Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
players Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez and executive John Schuerholz in the Class of 2017. White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, a longtime friend and confidant, says it's an appropriate honor. "In a sport known historically for its... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
White Sox engineered infamous 'White Flag trade' 20 years ago this weekin free agency. "We didn't realize Aug. 1 was the end of the season," fumed Ve
Chicago Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
in free agency. "We didn't realize Aug. 1 was the end of the season," fumed Ventura, the future manager. Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf took most of the heat, especially after he remarked to Sun-Times reporter Toni Ginnetti: "Anyone who thinks... Read more
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CNBC
A-Rod on what he’s investing in right now—and what he’s learned from J-Loincluding [Lennar CEO] Stuart Miller, [J.P. Morgan Asset Management CEO] Mary E
CNBC / Posted 27 days ago
including [Lennar CEO] Stuart Miller, [J.P. Morgan Asset Management CEO] Mary Erdoes, and [Chicago White Sox owner] Jerry Reinsdorf, say you have "incessant curiosity." Did you initially see your suspension as an opportunity to feed... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'It's quite a story:' Bud Selig on highs, lows of his time as MLB commissionerplayers Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez and executive John Schuerho
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
players Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez and executive John Schuerholz in the Class of 2017. White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, a longtime friend and confidant, says it's an appropriate honor. "In a sport known historically for its... Read more
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The Morning Call
'It's quite a story:' Bud Selig on highs, lows of his time as MLB commissionerplayers Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez and executive John Schuerho
The Morning Call / Posted 27 days ago
players Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez and executive John Schuerholz in the Class of 2017. White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, a longtime friend and confidant, says it's an appropriate honor. "In a sport known historically for its... Read more
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Fortune
A-Rod’s Next Chapter Is a Whole New Ballgame: Businessincluding [Lennar CEO] Stuart Miller, [J.P. Morgan Asset Management CEO] Mary E
Fortune / Posted 28 days ago
including [Lennar CEO] Stuart Miller, [J.P. Morgan Asset Management CEO] Mary Erdoes, and [Chicago White Sox owner] Jerry Reinsdorf, say you have “incessant curiosity.” Did you initially see your suspension as an opportunity to feed... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
White Sox plan well underway; now it's up to young players to make it workafter 2021. Ditto George Springer. The Astros are set up to win now without bi
Chicago Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
after 2021. Ditto George Springer. The Astros are set up to win now without big-ticket free agent spending. Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf would love to follow that blueprint, and it looks like he can. The Sox shouldn't have to shell out big... Read more

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